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Galway Street Art at the Ocean Race 9 July 2012

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Galway Street Art Funbar

Galway’s docks were transformed as thousands turned out over the past few weeks to see the Volvo Ocean Race. Locals like AKACrap and Baqsr were amoung the talent showing on the hoarding along Queen Street at the Race Village.

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Bridge Jam 2010 2 September 2010

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TDA KLANN brought us the sixeenth annual ‘Bridge Jam‘ in Drogheda this August with a whole hoast of internationally renowned graffiti writters including Daser, Vibes, Kak, Smug, Rask, Sums, Maser, Jor, Mr Zee, Twis, Dris, Ciar, Rise, Dusto, Dex, Baqsr, Crap, Beta, Tea, Jack, Texto, Kean, Deks, Crept, Jise, Name, Bryte, Dir One and Reks. The photos below come from Crucial333’s flickr collection. Visit IrishStreetArt.com on facebook to see Crucial333’s video of the freshly coated bridge.

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Taaffes – Galway 15 April 2010

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Taaffees Galway Art BaqsR Dust

Baqs R and Dust have given one of Galway‘s Shop Street’s landmark premise a facelift. Since its closure, Taaffe’s, once an iconic shop had been painted a dull grey. Other than the odd drink fueled tag that popped up, the disused store had become a nasty focal point. The newly painted tribute to Taaffe’s is now the perfect backdrop for the street performances that will no doubt be enjoyed by the hordes of people who flock to Galway this summer.

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More Graffiti from a Growing Limerick Scene 10 March 2010

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In the last year or so, Limerick‘s Dock Road has been completely transformed. The long, drab, grey road had become a grave yard for petrol stations and the Celtic tiger did little in the way of architectural enhancement. However, thanks to a group of committed Limerick based graffiti artists, the city now has a new focal point in the most unlikely of places. From it’s modest beginning, Limerick‘s beautiful graffiti spot now is decorated with the letters of Ireland’s leading graffiti writers. Long may it last!
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Raw Galway 6 March 2010

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Galway recently played hoast to Baqs R and Crap’s fantastic graffiti exhibition in the Spanish Arch museum, but that wasn’t the only street art on show in ‘The City of the Tribes’ in February. Below is a collection of photos from around Galway, sent into IrishStreetArt.com that weekend.

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Galway Graffiti Exhibition 15 February 2010

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BaqsR‘, ‘Crap’ and ‘Yer Wan’, with the support of Jame C. Harold (Galway City Arts Officer) and Margerat Nolan (Street Artist in Residence), will be displaying their art work at the Galway City Museum on February 20th from 3pm. After party in the Frontdoor Bar with MC Marcus Seóighe aka Johnny Stapleton from Ros na Rún and guest Speaker ‘Rask‘.

Whatever about the amazing work on show and words from the legenderay ‘Rask’, a chance to see a Ros na Rún character in the flesh should not be missed!

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